The parent company of Connecticut Public Television (CPTV) and WNPR-Connecticut Public Radio, Connecticut Public Broadcasting is the state's only locally owned media organization producing TV, radio, print and Internet content for distribution to Connecticut's wide-ranging and diverse communities.
CPTV and WNPR serve the entire state of Connecticut--reaching an estimated 550,000 television viewers and more than 240,000 radio listeners each week. The company operates with an $18 million annual budget, funded in large part through community support from individuals, corporations and foundations.
CPTV and WNPR's community-supported, statewide public broadcasting networks are dedicated to serving diverse communities with a mix of educational, news, public affairs, children's and entertainment programming and services.
Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Inc., (CPBI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is steadfast in its mission to provide a powerful voice for Connecticut's diverse communities through the creation of multimedia programs, initiatives and outreach programs that foster collaboration, inspire understanding, educate and effect change.